Zegrahm Expeditions Announces Its 2018 Expedition Line-Up

Zegrahm Expeditions Announces Its 2018 Expedition Line-Up
Company Offers New Voyages, Early Bookings Savings, and No Solo Supplement Sailings

Seattle, WA (October 25, 2016) – Zegrahm Expeditions, the world leader in small-ship cruising and overland adventures, is thrilled to announce its 2018 expedition line-up. The company has crafted 29 unique expeditions that allow travelers to pursue their passion for exploration, learning, and adventure.

The itineraries span all seven continents, including nine new itineraries:

In addition, Zegrahm is also offering Early Booking Savings on select trips. Travelers who book by January 31, 2017 will receive 5% off the published rate. And, past guests of Zegrahm will enjoy an additional 5% savings. Plus, on a select number of small-ship cruises, Zegrahm has waived the supplement for solo travelers (limited availability).

“Our field leaders and program managers have once again curated an incredible line-up of expeditions that allow travelers to cross both the Arctic and Antarctic Circles; visit signature destinations like Australia’s Kimberley and Botswana; and explore emerging destinations from Cuba to Northern Japan,” says Zegrahm President, Van Perry. “And, we are pleased to offer Early Booking Savings and No Solo Supplement sailings to celebrate the launch of what is sure to be yet another memorable year of expedition travel.”

View the online version of Zegrahm’s 2018 Travel Planner. For more information about Zegrahm or to make a reservation on an upcoming expedition, please visit www.zegrahm.com or call 1-800-628-8747.

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Celebrating over 25 years in expedition travel, Seattle-based Zegrahm Expeditions Inc. is a leading adventure travel company specializing in small-ship expedition cruises, tours, and safaris to remote and intriguing destinations around the world. Led by expert guides and lecturers, Zegrahm itineraries are carefully crafted and all-inclusive, feature deluxe accommodations, and operate in all seven continents.